I've had to take a month off in my Kaholo build due to plumbing and holidays, etc. Finally last night, I got the entire inside of the hull coated with epoxy. Now I'm finally ready to put the deck on. I glassed the underside of the deck a couple months ago now, so I'm sure the epoxy in the weave has cured.
This leads to a question. I know that between coats on the outside, if the next coat is going on over 24 hours later, the top of the previous coat needs to be sanded to scuff the surface and give the epoxy something to bond to. Is this also necessary with the epoxy on the underside of the deck before I put it down? There is some texture from the weave of the fiberglass, but I'm uncertain whether that is enough for the bond, or if I should lightly scuff the top of the weave. (Wouldn't want to break the glass...)
Thanks in advance,